Entebbe Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel - Entebbe Uganda

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The Entebbe Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel in Entebbe is the finest convention centre in Uganda and is a global landmark offering, technologically advanced conference facilities overlooking the magnificent Lake Victoria.


The hotel is located off Portal road, Entebbe. It is 10km from the Entebbe International Airport.


The hotel has 122 rooms and suites which are well- furnished and luxurious and are all air conditioned equipped with long baths, work desks, direct dial telephone lines, in-house video and cable satellite programs on large screens. 24- hour dedicated internet access, high speed data link in guest rooms.

General facilities:



Conference facilities for a reception for 1,000

High speed internet in all rooms

Swimming pool, saunas, Jacuzzi’s, steam and spa baths

Car parking

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Entebbe Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel in Entebbe town of Uganda

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